Kyren Williams already was pegged as a dedicated worker by the Rams, but last season veteran teammate Bobby Wagner taught the rookie running back the advantages of film study.
In two games this season, Williams has four touchdowns -- three rushing and one receiving.
It finally seems clear that the Rams will rely on Kyren Williams to lead their rushing attack.
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On Monday, ESPN's Sarah Barshop tweeted that Rams HC Sean McVay told reporters that GM Les Snead has spoken with "a handful of teams" regarding a trade for RB Cam Akers and "that's the direction" the Rams are headed. This would seem to indicate that RB Kyren Williams will remain the most fantasy-relevant back in Los Angeles for the time being. Even so, there's nothing stopping the Rams from adding another back to the depth chart at some point down the line. We'll keep an eye on how this situation continues unfolding in the coming days.